The new list puts Yale and Stanford’s law schools at the top of the list, followed by other notable programs like the University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, Duke, Harvard and New York University. At the heart of the quarrel were concerns from some programs that the previous rankings discouraged schools from prioritizing “need-based aid” and encouraging lower-paying public service jobs for its graduates.
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After Protest, U.S. News Publishes New Law School Rankings
- Monday, May 15 2023
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After several notable universities raised issues with the publication, U.S. News & World Report unveiled its new law school rankings list. So reports The Hill.
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